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Takeoff

   1.0  

Plasmoid Binary

Score 87%
Takeoff
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Takeoff
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Downloads:  9243
Submitted:  Jul 30 2011
Updated:  Aug 30 2011

Description:

Takeoff is a full screen menu inspired in the aspect of Slingshot and the OS X Launchpad menu but adapted to the KDE users in a plasmoid.


Follow Takeoff on Twitter:
https://twitter.com/#!/Jose__Exposito

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Changelog:

[+] Takeoff v1.0 (2011/08/30)
- Added support for show Takeoff in full screen mode or float mode
- Added support for add and remove favorites
- By default the size and the separation between icons is adjusted to the
screen size
- Added an option to add a background image (specially for user without
graphics acceleration)
- Is possible edit the applications making right click in the panel icon
- Solved problems with the favorites text encoding
- Added a tooltip to the panel icon

- Added the following translations:
Italian (Caig)
Polish (Marcin Sągol)
Turkish (Osman Karagöz)
Russian (Alexander Sorokin)
Greek (Neophytos Kolokotronis)

[+] Takeoff v0.2: (2011/08/12)
- Added support for searches
- Added support for translations (credits to Manu Tortosa)
- Solved problems with some launchers (with %U, %c...) and added support for
elastic cursor on launch and similar effects.
- Added support for remember last tab or not
- Added a tooltip to show the complete name of the launchers that, for
space reason, can't show their complete name
- By default, uses the distro specified icon
- CMakeLists file performed (thanks antoniojars!!)

- Added the following translations:
Spanish (José Expósito)
Catalá (Manu Tortosa)
Galego (Adrián Chaves Fernández "Gallaecio")
German (Fabian B.)


[+] Takeoff v0.1.5 (2011/08/01)
- Switched from QMake to CMake to solve the "Could not find requested
component:takeoff" problem in certain distros.
- Removed the libmagic dependence

[+] Takeoff v0.1 (2011/07/29)
- Initial release




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 some questions

 
 by janet on: Oct 30 2012
 
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First of all: great idea, looks very good.

But how do I navigate? When a tab contains a lot of icons I cannot reach them, I'd need to scroll but that's not possible. Natural for me would be to use the scrollwheel but that does not work. In some screenshots I saw a bar at the bottom with page numbers I guess but I don't have that bar.

When I hit any key (even cursor keys or page up/down) the menu switches to the search box. Is it a feature or but and is it a feature that the search box is on a separate page?

Is there a way to make the menu smaller than the screen? It doesn't matter if I tick "fullscreen" or not, it is always fullscreen and always looks the same.

I compiled it on Debian Sid 64bit in case that matters...


And two wishlist entries ;)

How about an option to hide certain tabs? E.g. would like to hide the Debian menu.

And how about an option to have tab bar at the bottom? Would feel more "natural" for me because it is nearer to the point where the mouse is when you start the menu.


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 Re: some questions

 
 by joseexposito89 on: Oct 31 2012
 
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Hi!

When you have too many icons a bar appear in the bottom of the plasmoid to allow you to see more pages. Try to adjust the number of icons peer page and their size.

With the fullscreen mode adjust the icon size to adjust the menu size.

To hide the Debian menu make right click in the Takeoff bar icon and edit your menu.


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 Re: Re: some questions

 
 by janet on: Nov 6 2012
 
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Thanks for your answer. As I wrote I don't have that bar with the pages, no matter how much icons there are. The Debian menu contains hundreds of icons and only that one page is shown. The last row of icons even is only shown half. In that case it even wouldn't help to decrease the icon size (which I don't want btw), too many icons.

And I don't want to delete the debian menu, I just want to hide it in takeoff. It makes some sense (more or less) in a menu with submenus - but not in takeoff which doesn't show submenus.


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 Re: Re: Re: some questions

 
 by janet on: Nov 6 2012
 
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Decreased the number of rows by one and now the page numbers are visible.

Is the searchbox meant to be on a separate page or is that a similar problem?

BTW: it would be helpful if the configuration for the icon size would show a tooltip with the size. By now you have to adjust the size "blind". And it would also help to find the icon sizes in which the icons are available so that you don't get blurry icons.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: some questions

 
 by joseexposito89 on: Nov 6 2012
 
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> Is the searchbox meant to be on a separate page or is
> that a similar problem?

Have the search box in a separate page is the desired functionality, it becomes visible when you begin to type


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